Thursday Oct 16 Another fine drying day & warm Roy & Cora & 2 kids here most all day & we all had a good visit & in the PM Roy took my buggy & hauled Noras trunk to depot & her & Allie left for Iowa City at 5,25 Eve & we all went to depot with them I took Nora & kids down in the Carriage & Vic took Care of the team Leslie was so busy playing foot ball he didn’t know they went away
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